Category Archives: HIV prevention

New multi-stakeholder report released on public health and HIV sequence analysis

CLICK HERE for a PDF of the report. The Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), in collaboration with Project Inform, is pleased to publish the proceedings and recommendations from a multi-sector stakeholder consultation held on May 10 and 11, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois. The consultation…Read More

Adopting the U=U message in all we do

U=U is more than just a catchy slogan. In fact, what it stands for — the overwhelming evidence that a person with HIV who has a durably undetectable virus is virtually incapable of transmitting the virus to a partner — has finally been accepted and even…Read More

California Insurance Commissioner launches probe into life/disability insurance denials for people who take PrEP

Through advocacy work conducted by Project Inform and its partners in the California HIV Alliance, today February 15 California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones released this statement: SACRAMENTO, Calif. – “Today I directed the California Department of Insurance to open an investigation into published reports that gay men have been…Read More

Project Inform announces launch of new online PrEP resources for clinicians, support staff

Project Inform is very pleased to announce the launch of a slide presentation to assist front line medical staff in providing PrEP, entitled “PrEP Basics: A Patient-Centered Approach to Providing PrEP”. This resource was produced at the invitation of and with support from Med-IQ. It accompanies Med-IQ’s new…Read More

PleasePrEPMe.org, Project Inform launch Spanish edition of “Helping People Access PrEP” manual

FEBRUARY 7, 2018. SAN FRANCISCO:  PleasePrEPMe.org and Project Inform are pleased to announce the Spanish edition of their PrEP navigation manual, “Helping People Access Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis,” to assist PrEP navigation staff in California. This publication provides the entire manual in Spanish, with a wide range of…Read More

Project Inform receives $10,000 from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation in partnership with Macy’s to support its PrEP education

SAN FRANCISCO, CA. Project Inform was awarded a grant In December 2017 for $10,000 from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF) in partnership with Macy’s. The grant will be used for community education around PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis. Although PrEP has been proven to be highly…Read More

Project Inform partners with Urban Indian Health Institute to create new Native resource on PrEP

Project Inform is proud to announce a newly launched PrEP resource for Native Americans. In December 2017, the Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI) in Seattle launched a new pamphlet to educate individuals in Native communities on the availability and effectiveness of pre-exposure prophylaxis. UIHI stated, “American…Read More